Quick Tips

RV tips that are tried and true, and really work, because they're all from MotorHome's readers

Water Filter in DIY stand made from traffic cone

Motorhome Quick Tip: No Spill in the Cone Zone

After deciding to add an external filter for the city-water connection to our Class A motorhome, I looked for an economical way to keep...
Residential refrigerator in an RV

Simple RV Hack to Keep Refrigerator Doors Closed

After installing a residential refrigerator in my Class A motorhome, I immediately found I had a problem: the doors would not stay closed during...
A DIY handle for pulling RV portable waste tank

Tug a Lug RV Waste Tank

Tugging a full portable waste tank by the metal handle even a short distance is tough on the fingers and palm. To make the...
Motorhome Quick Tip: Cable storage

Quick Tips: Stress Relief

The 50-amp shorepower cord connector for my motorhome is in a compartment with other utilities. The weight pulling on the plug was stressing the...
Motorhome Quick Tip: front door light

Quick Tips: Lights, Please

Finding the lock to my RV’s entry door in the dark can be challenging. I found a very lightweight, low-cost (about $3) 4 LED...
Dinghy Vehicle hook up

RV Quick Tips: Safety in Numbers

As a pilot and former flight instructor, I constantly emphasize the habitual use of a checklist. It goes far to eliminate missing an important...
Pillow case as RV quilt storage

RV Quick Tips: Quilt Storage

Like most RVers, we are short on space for storing bulky items, especially extra blankets for when the weather turns cold. We solved the...
Class C cabover modification

Quick Tips: Kid Catcher

We found a solution to make the cabover sleeping area in our Class C much more child-friendly. We bought a 1-by-8-by-96-inch piece of poplar...
Quick Tip Window Screen

Screen Time

While set up in camp, Class B and Class C motorhomes can often benefit from additional ventilation at times by rolling down the cab-door...
Quick Tip Bungee Storage

Bungee Blocker

Housed above each of the captain’s seats on my Class A motorhome are very shallow cupboards in which very little can be stored. I...
A bright red Jeep Gladiator in a off-road setting

Dinghy Digest: Choosing a Dinghy Vehicle

A new towable is a big investment; make sure to perform your due diligence before signing on the dotted line Part and parcel to the...
Graphic of target crosshairs on highway

RV Tech Savvy: Staying On Center

  I am a current subscriber to MotorHome and enjoy reading the many useful articles. We own a 2006 Jayco Greyhawk 31SS on a Ford...
Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Oregon is reflected in the wet sand under a blue sky

History, Heavenly Gardens and Hot Springs

Exploring the Portland, Oregon, area by motorhome delights all senses During our motorhome trip through Oregon, my husband, Jim, and I lingered to explore historical...
River Run RV Resort

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Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds at River Run Get ready to discover a gorgeous getaway in Granby, Colorado, at River Run RV Resort. Here...
Fan-Tastic Vent 7350

Sponsored Content: Fan-Tastic Vent for Motorhomes

The powerful yet compact Dometic Fan-Tastic Vent model 7350 provides you with the airflow inside your motorhome that you desire. The 7350 has 14...